Carey Digital Announces New Digital Asset Management Service

Press release from the issuing company

February 4, 2002 - Carey Digital, Inc. Cincinnati, a long time provider of high-end color management and graphic arts services is pleased to announce the hiring of Christopher Telling as Vice President of Business Development for a new venture, Carey-DAM/IT, specializing in IT solutions and Digital Asset Management. Mr. Telling has worked extensively in the digital prepress field in Europe including the successful launch of National Geographic magazine in Poland. Mr. Telling became the Chief Technology Officer for one of Europe's largest publishers and has researched, specified, and implemented Digital Asset Management (DAM) systems for a variety of clients. Carey Digital has developed significant resources to bring these services to clientele in the advertising, marketing, design, printing, and manufacturing sectors. Digital Asset Management, properly deployed as part of a complete graphic arts workflow brings significant time and cost savings to the graphic communications process by reducing time to market, errors, and duplication of effort, while improving brand consistency over all forms of final output; print and electronic. Steve O'Connor, President of Carey Cincinnati, commented: "With this addition to Carey DAM/IT's staff of programmers, information technology professionals, and database administrators, Carey DAM/IT is now positioned to consult, specify, and deliver a range of solutions which provide companies with increased control, flexibility, and speed in the process of graphic communication." It's not just about preparing files and sending them to a printer or prepress house anymore, it's about managing and leveraging these marketing assets for use in a variety of mediums and helping speed and control the collaborative process inherent in their creation." For more information please visit our website at http://www.damBIGidea.com or contact : Chris Telling at [email protected] Julie Riley at [email protected]